Only the United States has more to see and do than can be achieved, so it has to carefully choose which sites and sites are more relevant based on their type of interest. Until now, camping would be a great way to explore our country in an economical way with the conveniences of being at home. So let's plan a trip around forty-eight lower states and Canada. It should take three to four years to plan this trip. Now how does he do that?
First, write each state and Province of Canada on a piece of paper. A fairly simple task if you can name all the states, if not a map of our country will help in this process. Next, there has to be the Google tourism department of each state looking for travel guides and state maps. For the most part, this should be easy enough. However, getting some information from Canada may take a bit more effort, some provinces may even make a call, don't worry they have a toll-free number. Some states will have travel information broken down into categories & # 39 ;, or will have different brochures by location within the state, while other states have only one brochure. After a couple of weeks, the mail attack will begin, these will be days that the mail person may need to bring it to the front door in a package. In about six to eight weeks one will have a two foot long stack. Now this can be overwhelming.
The next question at stake is, how does one track this in an organized way? Easy enough, Excel spreadsheets. It's a good idea to get a map of the United States and divide the country into six sections with a black marker. Southeast, Central South, Southwest, Northeast, North Central, Northwest and one for all of Canada. In general, seven sheets labeled. With each spreadsheet, create a tab for each state and province. The next step is a lot of reading, and of course looking at photos.
Looking at travel brochures, some states may be told to make great efforts with information about their situation. As you know, good pictures are a big deal, while some states do, others don't. The idea is to fill a state at that time. As you read through the brochures, Google whatever you care about, if it's something you think would be enjoyable, put the name on the site, website, city, address and any associated fees in the country tab.
Once you have all the information in each States tab, it's time to organize the sites by location within the country. Google Map is an ideal tool to assist in this process. First, divide each state into nine previous sections: Northwest, Center West, Southwest. For the most part, most states should be easy enough to locate your places of interest in geographic locations. By now, Texas and California, due to the size of each state, can be quite difficult and time consuming. As a note, don't be surprised, not all states have something to see and do everywhere, especially Canada in the northern sections.
The idea is to stay in a campground centrally located for the places you want to visit and then move on to your next location. For this assignment, one must join good camp clubs Sam and All stands Pro, both having camping maps for North America with most of the camp sites listed. This should be a great tool from which to choose camp sites. One can open any web page about the camps and read everything about them. Try to target about five to seven camping sites in each location for future planning. List camp, prices, how many sites and their ratings in spreadsheets. Next, you can use Google Maps to find distances from camp sites to any place you plan to visit. This will give you an idea of which camp site is best for your stay.
The final step is to plan your route as efficiently as possible. Things to consider are many resorts in the north are seasonal as well as seasonal temperatures in any given country. The length of stay in each country should be decided by the things you plan to do, given the time for what the locals might suggest and some time. Due to camp prices, your shortest stay should be seven days and thirty-one days longer.
The last and most important thing to decide on is their household and personal belongings. Maintaining a home for the length of time you may have lost can be quite costly.